Australian Information Industry Association
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The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is the peak body representing the information and communications technology (ICT) industry in Australia.
ICT is a driving force behind the Australian economy, contributing 4.6 per cent of the nation’s Gross Domestic Product . This powerful industry is led by AIIA - which has 450 plus member companies that generate combined annual revenues of more than $40 billion, employ 100,000 Australians and export more than $2 billion in goods and services each year.
AIIA’s member companies include some of the most well recognised ICT companies in Australia and the world - such as Microsoft, IBM and Hewlett-Packard, as well as many rising stars. AIIA’s membership captures all sectors of the ICT industry, ranging from hardware and software services to multinational companies and local small-to-medium-sized enterprises.
AIIA sets the strategic direction of the ICT industry, influences public policy, engages industry stakeholders and provides member companies with business productivity tools, advisory services and market intelligence to accelerate their business growth.
The AIIA has been chaired by John Grant.
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